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  1. Dr Farooq Sattar (Left), Amir Khan (Right) KARACHI: The rumoured division within the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) ranks turned out to be fact than fiction as senior party leaders, Farooq Sattar and Amir Khan, have called separate meetings today. Sattar has called a general workers' meeting today at KMC ground to decide the future course of action of the party, adding that he would speak on certain matters in the session that he never addressed before. "I will inform about the obstructions I faced in making decisions for the past 15 months," he said. MQM-P rift deepens: Rabita Committee revolts against Sattar over Senate tickets MQM-P session ends in chaos as Farooq Sattar and Amir Khan disagreed with each other over the candidate names for Senate elections Separately, Sattar said that party leaders who were part of the "illegal" meeting wherein they decided to suspend party leader Kamran Tessori from the party?s central decision-making body and revoke his party membership for six months, have been suspended and any decision they made rescinded until the general workers meeting scheduled today. Meanwhile, MQM-P leader Aamir Khan has called a Raabita Committee meeting today ? to be chaired by Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui ? at its Bahadurabad party office. Earlier, Sattar in his address to media late night, Sattar said the party members were invited to Bahadurabad using his name and under false pretence. "The Rabita Committee members who held a meeting and spoke to the media? this was a violation of the party rules and code of conduct. According to the party?s constitution, if I, as the convener, had ordered against holding this meeting, then it was illegal and unconstitutional." 'Sattar bhai remains our convener' The party meeting ended in chaos as Sattar and senior leader Amir Khan disagreed with each other over the names of candidates for the Senate elections. Following the disagreement, Sattar and his supporters left the Bahadurabad venue for his residence in PIB Colony amid chants in the party chief's favour. "Kamran Tessori bhai is not a member of Rabita Committee anymore but Farooq Sattar bhai remains our convener," Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui announced, adding that Tessori "has also been suspended from the party for six months". Siddiqui said the Rabita Committee had recommended six names for the Senate elections ? Nasreen Jalil, Farogh Nasim, Aminul Haque, Shabbir Qaimkhani, Amir Khan, and Kamran Tessori ? but Sattar insisted on "sacrificing two other leaders" to ensure Tessori's seat in the upper house of Parliament. He was flanked by Waseem Akhtar, Faisal Sazbwari, Amir Khan, and other senior leaders at the press conference. The Rabita Committee had accepted several of the party convener's wishes, Siddiqui said, noting that party workers would not let them go ahead with Tessori's nomination for the Senate seat. A gold trader by profession, Tessori is a former member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) who joined MQM-P last year and quickly rose to prominence. He also contested the PS-114 by-election for MQM-P against the Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) Saeed Ghani but lost.
  2. KARACHI: At least one person died and two others were injured late Saturday night here in the city in two separate traffic accidents, rescue sources said. One man died when a truck rammed into a motorcycle on Mai Kolachi Road, an official from the emergency response team disclosed. Another two were wounded in a traffic collision near Aisha Bawany School, on Shahrah-e-Faisal, late night, authorities stated.
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/c1d86dcf4b940d204bcafd8f0a96a043.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTIvMjAvMjAxNyA2OjEwOjM3IFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9MVV0NVJqdTlrRGRIVnFualVvRHlZZz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] ISLAMABAD: The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) supreme council on Wednesday held a meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and said that the citizens of the region want to maintain their separate identity. The matter of FATA's merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) was left unresolved after the meeting. However, the tribal areas' supreme council and the government agreed to continue deliberations on the matter. The issue of FATA's merger with KP is one of the pending matters for the incumbent government and has dominated the political discourse of the country in recent weeks. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Tuesday had conditionally agreed to support the proposal of FATA's merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and said that further consultations for the FATA Reforms Bill will continue to be held. ?We will continue to hold discussions with the government over FATA Reforms Bill,? Rehman had said, adding that additional meetings with the military leadership will not be required. "We presented our stance to them which was to gain the approval of the FATA supreme council," he said. "Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi agreed to our request to meet the supreme council and try to get them to agree on the matter." More than 500 tribal elders had held a grand jirga on December 14 and rejected the possible merger of FATA with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The elders, hailing from the tribal areas, were of the opinion that FATA should be given the status of a separate province. Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa had also recently assured delegations from FATA that the Pakistan Army fully supports mainstreaming of the region in line with aspirations of tribal brothers. Army fully supports mainstreaming of FATA: Gen Bajwa COAS lauded tribal elders, youth for their determination and support to the Pakistan Army General Bajwa had said he valued the views of the tribal delegations regarding the future of FATA. He added that achievements through sacrifices of brave residents of FATA are being consolidated while the country transitions from relative stability to enduring peace. The recommendations to bring the tribal areas at par with the rest of the country were approved by the federal cabinet on March 2 but the matter has been delayed since then. The KP Assembly had adopted a resolution on December 14, 2016 in favour of merging FATA with KP with the aim of rehabilitating and reconstructing the infrastructure including roads, communications, power lines, water supply, education and health facilities.
  4. KARACHI: A man was killed and ten others were wounded in a road mishap and shootings in different areas of Karachi early Monday, rescue sources told Geo News. Two cars collided with each other in Defence's Khayaban-e-Shaheen area, rescue sources said, leaving a man dead and eight others injured. The wounded also included women and children. Pictured is one of the two ill-fated vehicles that collided with each other in Defence's Khayaban-e-Shaheen area early Monday. ? Karachi Track/Facebook All injured persons were shifted to Jinnah Hospital, where they remain under treatment. Shootings A man was injured as a result of firing in Orangi Town's Aligarh Market area of the city, rescue sources said, adding that the incident occurred during a robbery attempt. They said the robbers barged into a house, wherein they fired on a man who resisted their attempt to take away valuables. Another person was wounded because of firing in the city's Sukkan area, according to rescue sources.
  5. KARACHI: A suspected street criminal was killed while two people were injured in separate incidents in Karachi early Wednesday, officials said. The suspect was killed in an alleged shootout with police and Rangers in Korangi area of the city, while his accomplice managed to get away. The deceased was identified as Nasir alias Kala. A spokesman for Sindh Rangers said the suspects were busy looting citizens, when a Rangers' vehicle reached the scene. The suspects opened fire on personnel and initially fled from scene. They were chased down and one of the suspects was killed in ensuing exchange of fire, the spokesman said, adding that police had also arrived at the spot in the meantime. It was further said the deceased had been involved in street crimes in Gulshan Iqbal and Gulistan-e-Jauhar areas. In other incidents, a policeman and a security guard were injured as a result of firing by robbers in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and Buffer Zone areas respectively. Police also claimed to have nabbed a mugger from Pakistan Bazar area. The suspect was identified as Ishaq.
  6. File Photo KARACHI: Two women were killed late Friday night in separate incidents in the metropolis' North Nazimabad and Soldier Bazaar areas, authorities said. One woman was stabbed to death in North Nazimabad's Block 'H' by her brother-in-law, police stated. The deceased and the suspect were identified as Asia and Kamran (brother-in-law), respectively, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) revealed, adding that the stabber has been taken into custody. Officials also said Kamran ? the suspect ? seems to be mentally ill. Nevertheless, an investigation into the murder was subsequently launched, police added. On the other hand, a firing incident ? over resistance during a robbery attempt ? left another woman dead in Parsi Colony near Soldier Bazaar, rescue and police officials disclosed. LEAs explained that the robbers had come to loot the deceased's family as they were travelling in their car when, due to resistance, they opened fire and killed the woman. The deceased has been identified as 35-year-old Ambreen, police said. A dead body was recovered from a hotel in the city's Lee Market, police said, adding that it was discovered with a noose around the neck.
  7. At least four people were killed in separate incidents of firing across the country on Monday. Two incidents took place in Jamrud tehsil of Khyber Agency in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). In the first incident in Mullagori area, one person was killed over personal enmity. According to the Khasadar Force, the assailant was arrested. In a seperate incident near Chota Neher area, another person was killed, levies force said. The assailant managed to flee the site of incident. In Lahore, a person was killed while another was injured in firing near Defence Mor. According to the police, the three men were in a car when they got into an altercation. Subsequently, one of them opened fire, killing one and injuring the other. The suspect later fled the site, police said. In Faisalabad, a 12-year-old boy was killed when a security guard opened fire. Police said the incident took place when a group of children entered a mall on Sargodha Road trying to catch a kite. Subsequently, the security guard on duty opened fire, killing one of the children, police added.
  8. KARACHI: Three people lost their lives late Friday night in separate incidents in the metropolis. 19 people were injured in a traffic accident at Korangi Crossing, all of whom were shifted to the hospital, rescue sources revealed. However, one of the wounded succumbed to their injuries, Dr. Seemi Jamali stated. One person drowned at Gadani Beach on Friday night. The man ? a resident of Lyari's Nayabad locale ? had gone on a picnic with his friends, the deceased's family said. In addition, no one came to search despite calls made to the rescue officials and police, the family claimed. Firing claimed the life of one man in Gulshan-e-Maymar, rescue officials stated. The deceased has been identified as Waheed Gabol, police sources revealed, adding that the incident seems to have been related to some personal dispute.
  9. WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump ordered the US military on Friday to elevate its cyber warfare operations to a separate command, signaling a new strategic emphasis on electronic and online offensive and defensive operations. The move means the US Cyber Command, or Cybercom, will eventually become its own entity. It had been a subordinate part of the US Strategic Command since it was established in 2009. "This new Unified Combatant Command will strengthen our cyberspace operations and create more opportunities to improve our nation´s defense," Trump said in a statement. "The elevation of United States Cyber Command demonstrates our increased resolve against cyberspace threats and will help reassure our allies and partners and deter our adversaries." The move would expand the number of the Defense Department´s unified combatant commands to 10, putting cyber warfare on an equal footing with the Strategic Command, the Special Operations Command, and regional commands. Until now cyber warfare operations have been run under the umbrella of the National Security Agency, the country´s main electronic spying agency, with Admiral Michael Rogers heading both. Rogers will retain his "dual-hatted" role for now, but once Cybercom is fully elevated he could be replaced by another four-star general or admiral. Discussions on whether to hive off Cybercom and place it directly under Pentagon direction have gone on for several years, and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is currently reviewing plans. Rogers has said several times over the past year that they needed to recruit hundreds more skilled cyber operators before the separation could take place. Cybercom is headquartered in Fort Meade, Maryland and will eventually comprise almost 6,200 personnel organised into 133 teams. These "Cyber Mission Force" teams are already actively conducting operations and will achieve full operational capability by the end of fiscal year 2018. Kenneth Rapuano, who is assistant secretary of defense for Homeland Defense and Global Security, said there was no firm timeline on when Cybercom would be fully stood up as a combatant command. He said the move is not a response to any particular incident -- such as Russian hacks during the 2016 election -- but is a reflection of the command´s growing importance. "This is a new sphere of warfare, and we have a steady increase in escalation in cyber incidents around the world," Rapuano said. John McCain, chairman of the US Senate´s Armed Services Committee, welcomed the move, but said more needs to be done to prepare the US and its military to meet cyber security challenges. "We must develop a clear policy and strategy for deterring and responding to cyber threats," McCain said.
  10. KARACHI: In two separate firing incidents, in different areas of the metropolis, at least two were left injured on Wednesday night. According to police, a man was left injured during a firing incident in Orangi. Police identified the man as a doctor en route to his clinic, when he was shot and left wounded. In another incident, police arrested the assailant involved in shooting and injuring one person in Manghopir, police also recovered arms from the assailant. During an overnight raid in Taimuria, police detained four dacoits. The dacoits were identified as Abdul, Nadeem, Hafeez and Waqas. Nadeem and Waqas were involved in the murder of youngster Umar, who was shot down when he resisted during a robbery attempt by the dacoits. Police previously apprehended accomplices of the captured dacoits. The dacoits were also wanted for attempted murder of MQM MPA Jamal.
  11. KARACHI: One person died during a firing incident late Saturday night here in the metropolis' Orangi Sector 11.5 area, rescue sources said. Two others were injured during a separate firing incident at Abul Hasan Isphahani Road, rescue officials stated. The victims were wounded when they resisted a robbery attempt and the dacoit opened fire, it was reported. Rangers' search operation A female drug-seller was taken into custody by Rangers during a search operation late Saturday night in the city's Chanesar Goth area, a Rangers spokesperson said. The suspect ? who was identified as Kulsoom (alias Bhabhi) ? was also reportedly involved in facilitating criminals. A large amount of contraband was recovered from the arrested suspect, whose range of operations included schools and colleges, the Rangers official mentioned. Rangers' Al-Nisa Rapid Action Force also partook in the search operation, the spokesperson added.
  12. AT&T Inc will run its wireless and DirecTV satellite television businesses separately from Time Warner Inc's media assets following its $85.4 billion (65 billion pounds) acquisition of the entertainment group, a source told Reuters on Friday. Buying Time Warner gives AT&T control of cable TV channels HBO and CNN, film studio Warner Bros and other coveted media assets. AT&T's post-merger plans were earlier reported by Bloomberg News. The deal, announced in October, is seen as a bold move by the telecommunications giant to acquire content to stream over its network. AT&T hopes the programming will give it a competitive edge in a saturated wireless market. The deal also brings a wealth of user data for more targeted advertising. The reorganisation will leave AT&T executives in charge of the combined company. John Stankey, who currently leads DirecTV and other entertainment businesses, will head up the media division and John Donovan, AT&T's chief strategy officer who oversees technology and operations, will run the wireless business, the source said.reorganization will leave AT&T executives in charge of the combined company. John Stankey, who currently leads DirecTV and other entertainment businesses, will head up the media division and John Donovan, AT&T's chief strategy officer who oversees technology and operations, will run the wireless business, the source said. AT&T Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson will remain chairman and CEO of the combined company after the deal closes, an AT&T spokesman said. In an emailed statement, AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook said no decisions on an organizational structure have been finalised and that Stephenson and Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes were still working on them. Time Warner did not immediately respond to a request for comment.organizational structure have been finalised and that Stephenson and Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes were still working on them. Time Warner did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Bob Quinn, AT&T senior executive vice president of external and legislative affairs, told reporters this week that the company expects to close the merger by the end of the year. ?We are just working through the process,? Quinn said, noting it also needs approvals from some international agencies and the US Justice Department. ?All indications are that end of the year is definitely in reach.? He declined to weigh in on whether the White House could seek to intervene in the merger as some reports have suggested, citing anonymous White House aides. US President Donald Trump has been critical of Time Warner's news division CNN in recent months, calling the outlet "fake news". He had also expressed opposition to the merger during his election campaign. A group of Senate Democrats including Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Al Franken had also urged the Justice Department last month to closely scrutinize the deal.
  13. Emergency services at the site of the accident in Shahkot. Photo: Geo News FAISALABAD/LAHORE: Four women and as many children were killed while 14 were injured in two road accidents in Bhera and Nankana Sahib on Thursday. In the first incident, a passenger van travelling to Murree from Lahore collided with a speeding car, resulting in the death of two women identified as Noreen and Sidra and three children, identified as Hamza, Hadia and Wasiq. Eight passengers injured in the incident were taken to a hospital in Bhera. The second accident occurred in Shahkot, Nanakana Sahib when a vehicle travelling to Faisalabad from Jaranwala caught fire due to an alleged CNG cylinder leak. Two women and a child died as a result of the fire. Passersby rescued the people from the burning car and transferred them to a hospital. Fire tenders also reached the site and doused the burning vehicle.
  14. KARACHI: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said on Friday that political party should keep politics aside when it comes to the economy of the country. Speaking in Geo News' program 'Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath', he said: "It doesn't matter if it is our government or not. Pakistan is for everyone. There should be an economic charter for political parties for the years 2018-23, this is an opportunity." "International institutions are saying that Pakistan will enter the economy of G20s," further claiming "by 2050, economies of Italy, South Korea and Canada will be behind us. How can we loose such opportunity." Responding to a question, he said that PIA's privatisation was politicised. "Two of our people were martyred during the fiasco. I was outside Pakistan - when I was informed about it. It was really painful. Then we had to take PIA's case in joint session." Without naming Sindh government, he said that: "It's on record one of the provinces claimed that they can run Steel Mill on RS10bn profit. We replied take it on one rupee and run it. It has been more than one and half year since the response." The Pakistan Muslim League ? Nawaz (PML-N) government on Friday presented it's fifth and possibly last budget before general elections in 2018, earmarking a total of Rs 4,757 billion in expenditures for the next fiscal year.last budget before general elections in 2018, earmarking a total of Rs 4,757 billion in expenditures for the next fiscal year. "For the first time in Pakistan's history, an elected prime minister and finance minister are presenting their fifth budget. This shows the strengthening of democracy in the country," the minister said as he began presenting budget on the floor of the National Assembly. Pakistan was on the verge of defaulting in 2013 and the economy was declared unstable on the basis of macroeconomic indicators, recalled Dar. "Today, the country's foreign exchange reserves are adequate enough for four months of imports. The supply of gas has improved, and load shedding has been completely halted for the industries. Inshallah, load shedding will end for good come next year," he added. The finance minister claimed the PML-N government had turned the economy around since it came to power in 2013. "Today, reputable organisations like PricewaterhouseCoopers are saying that Pakistan will enter the G-20 group of nations in the near future," claimed Dar. The GDP growth rate was 5.3% in the outgoing fiscal year ? the highest in ten years, he stated, adding that it was for the first time that Pakistan's economy had grown to over $300 billion. "This shows the strengthening of the economy," said Dar.
  15. KARACHI: Police arrested a maid involved in robberies at several houses, besides busting a gang of robbers in Karachi late Thursday, officials said. The maid, Iqbal Bibi, was said to be involved in thefts at over a dozen houses in North Nazimabad area of the city, police said. Officials also recovered cash and jewellery from her. In Baldia Ittehad Town, a man was injured due to firing during a domestic dispute. A woman died after wall of a house collapsed in Orangi Town late this night. The deceased was identified as 29-year-old Nagina. A 30-year-old man was injured after being hit by a speeding car on Sea View Road, rescue sources told. He was taken to Jinnah Hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds during treatment. The deceased was identified as Nadeem. Police also busted a gang of four robbers in Gulberg. The suspects used to commit robberies at private hospitals and schools in an ambulance. SSP Central Muqqadas Haider said the suspects looted 16 hospitals and a number of schools. The mastermind of the gang was a driver of a welfare organisation, who would bring weapons in the ambulance and entered hospitals for recce on the pretext of shifting patients. Officials seized a hand grenade, handguns, mobile phones and looted cash from the suspects. The arrested suspects were being further interrogated, police said.
  16. We won’t tell you what squatting is in this article. If you lift, you know why it’s the big daddy of all exercises. In this article, we will throw a challenge at you that will make you skip leg day for the coming few weeks. This is a 100 repetition bodyweight back squatting challenge. For example if you are a 60kg guy, you need to load a 45 pound (20kg) plate each side on an Olympic size barbell which weighs 20kg. Disclaimer: Before you proceed, let me make it very clear that this workout is not for beginners and intermediates. This is an advanced level workout that might blow you up by the time you are done with it. Here’s what you need to do: 1. Pick a weight/resistance according your body weight. 2. The goal is to perform 100 reps of squats, irrespective to the number of sets. For instance, you could either break it into 5 sets of 20 reps, 4 sets of 25 reps or even 10 sets of 10 reps. 3. The rest period between each set should not exceed more than a minute. Don’t drag it though. 4. Keep your form correct and it is always a smart idea to get it checked by a certified coach who knows the right biomechanics of the exercise. 5. Remember, 100 reps is the goal. Benefit of this workout This is an old school high volume workout variation that will give your muscles some much needed stimulus (micro traumas) to make them grow during the repair and recovery phase. The high reps (20+) will target your type 1 muscle fibers whereas the medium or low reps will tap the type 2 muscle fibers of the body. Note: Before starting the workout, do a proper warm up followed by the hip mobility drills and a few dynamic stretches. Give it a shot and let us know your feedback for more such workout routines. Train Safe!